22 March 2024 at 7.30pm in Perth Concert Hall: The Dublin Messiah (Handel)

This pre-Easter performance of Messiah by UWA Choral Society and friends will be based upon the first performance in Dublin on 13 April 1742 

Step into a world of baroque delights with Handel’s timeless magnum opus Messiah, which premiered in Dublin in 1742. Now, centuries later, rediscover the brilliance and emotional depth of Handel’s masterpiece in a performance that pays homage to its historical origins.

 

The 100-voice UWA Choral Society will be accompanied by the outstanding Australian Baroque, as well as superb soloists and rising stars Jessica Blunt (soprano), Brigitte Heuser (mezzo soprano), Kohsei Gilkes (tenor) and Jake Bigwood (bass).  

 

The Dublin Messiah promises an unforgettable musical journey. Revel in the iconic “Hallelujah” chorus, be moved by the poignant arias, and let the jubilant melodies transport you this Easter. 

 

Follow this link to buy tickets: https://wfly.co/l5B2H

 

UWA Choral Society will also be performing Messiah at St Patrick’s Cathedral in Bunbury on 24 March (Palm Sunday) at 2.30pm

Join UWA Choral Society and conductor Kristin Bowtell in beautiful St Patrick’s Cathedral in Bunbury for Handel’s Messiah. About 80 choristers will be accompanied by the Australian Baroque Orchestra, together with Soloists Jessica Blunt (soprano) and Kohsei Gilkes (tenor).

 

Tickets are available here: https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing/1186608

 

11 August 2024 at 3.00pm in St Mary’s Cathedral: Songs in the Silence of Night

Hear beautiful short choral works by Sergei Rachmaninoff, James MacMillan, and Johannes Brahms sung a capella and with organ accompaniment.

 

2 November 2024 at St Patrick’s Basilica, Fremantle: Fauré’s Requiem

We join the Aquinas College Schola Cantorum for this Saturday evening performance at St Patrick’s Basilica in Fremantle.

 

 

22 December 2024 at 4.00pm in Winthrop Hall, UWA: Christmas with UWACS

Enjoy traditional carols and Christmas music old and new, followed by the traditional picnic on the Whitfield Court lawns